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Poster: jon7 Date: Feb 11, 2008 1:06pm
Forum: netlabels Subject: two new releases from Timetheory Recordings

Mystified "Time" [tmth003]

Timetheory Recordings is pleased to present the label debut of Mystified, who previously worked with Microlabel, providing 3 excellent releases. Now Mystified has created this new release, his first for Timetheory as well as the first installment of the "Time" series of recordings this label has embarked upon.

t was modified byMystified's "Time", consisting of a single medium-length track, entitled "Chronos" begins the series well, first incorporating realistic grandfather clock sounds, depicting the conventional image of time. As the recording continues, the feeling of time is stretched further, depicting time as a sort of digital stream. In this stream, time seems to pass both quickly and slowly. A listen in headphones reveals the sounds to be passing from ear to ear, and by listening closely one feels as though individual particles of time can be detected among the stream.

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Rose Red/Upheaval "Disambiguation" [tmth004]

Rose Red and Upheaval, the husband and wife duo that comprise Turmoil, as well as running the Amduscias Records netlabel, make their Timetheory debut with this split release, "Disambiguation". Never ones to shy away from dark and disturbing themes, they have provided 3 tracks each that reflect their respective influences and life experiences.

Rose Red's tracks "Sinking" (featured on the "We Are Timetheory" artist compilation), "Shock Therapy" and "Neurotic Inner Self" use gentler dark ambient sounds to create their unsettling feeling and exorcise the demons of unfortunate and traumatic experiences that she has undergone.

Upheaval's tracks "Alone" and "Animosity" are bolder and more aggressive, and reveal the kind of inner tension, alienation and residual anger that lie below of the surface of a man's mind as it attempts to rid itself of those feelings once and for all and encounters hard-worn but limited success in trying. "gene Mutation" has a more science fiction sound to it, no doubt influenced by years spent in the underground tunnels of Florida's industrial sewage systems.

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Poster: mystified Date: Feb 11, 2008 6:06pm
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: two new releases from Timetheory Recordings

Cool stuff, thanks Jon!